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American kestrel

Fueled by climate change, habitat loss, and other challenges, one-third of all wildlife species in the United States are at increased risk of extinction. And birds are facing an unprecedented crisis: three billion fewer birds grace the skies than in 1970. Species like the magnificent American kestrel urgently need proactive, local conservation action before they require the more costly and drastic emergency-room recovery efforts of an endangered species.

And here’s the good news: the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, when passed, will catalyze collaborative, on-the-ground habitat restoration projects, help with species reintroductions, tackle disease, and boost other much needed conservation efforts to match the magnitude of the wildlife crisis.

Ask your Senators to save America’s vulnerable wildlife by fully supporting  the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act.

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